A Walk Around The Park

Safari Park View: LadyD Books
African Plains SkyWatch Friday

Near Gorilla Forest: LadyD Books
Near Gorilla Forest
 A replica Congo fishing village can be found in the Nairoba Village. You'll find lots of small animals here like lemurs and red river hogs. Birds from all over flock to build their nests in this wonderful sanctuary.

Safari Park: LadyD Books
Near The Grove and Herb Garden

A large lagoon houses numerous waterfowl and you'll find Lorikeets nearby. I'll see if I can locate some of my bird photos for a future post.

Hidden Jungle and Lion Camp: LadyD Books
Near Hidden Jungle and Lion Camp

There are glass viewing structures and heated rocks in a 1-acre exhibit for African Lions. This is a popular site for the tourists. Come early to see.

Condor Ridge: LadyD Books
Condor Ridge
 Condor ridge displays endangered North American wildlife. You can see them on a wonderful display, along with the Bighorn Sheep. So many neat bridges to cross over.

Near Elephant Country: LadyD Books
Elephant Country
 There's a beautiful Mombasa Lagoon located in the heart of the park. You'll find Rodrigues fruit bats there. No worries, they're in cages.

Asian Savanna
It's a great outdoor experience just to walk and hike around the park. Yes, there are trams and the drivers are very knowledgeable regarding all the animals of the park.

African Outpost

You'll see Cheetahs, Warthogs and Lion Camp at the African Outpost; a must-see. Be prepared to walk a lot at the Safari park. Flat shoes recommended.

Nairobi Village
 I loved spending time in the Gorilla Forest. I have tons of photos to share with you at another time. They're great at posing for you, sometimes.

African Woods

Elephant Valley, Tiger  Territory, and Sumatran Tiger are where you want to get your cameras ready for great animal captures. Just make sure you see them during the early morning hours or after their nap time.

The Grove
Leaving this huge outdoor park, you'll spend all day seeing the giraffes, rhinos, zebras, millions of birds, exotic plants and so much more, whether walking about or using the zip line from above. (sky view)

 Before planning a trip to the Safari Park, check out Yelp Reviews.

The Friday 56

California Indians: An Educational Coloring Book

The Friday 56

The Gabrielino Tribe lived in Southern California, around present-day Los Angeles. They lived in large, multi-family structures covered with Tule mats and ate acorns, pine nuts, fish, sea lions, deer and small game.

Qwatsinas (Hereditary Chief Edward Moody), Nuxalk Nation

"We must protect the forests for our children, grandchildren and children yet to be born. We must protect the forests for those who can't speak for themselves such as the birds, animals, fish and trees."

Foliage at the Safari Park: LadyD Books
Floral Friday Fotos

Grandson in Rain Forest: LadyD Books
Enjoying the Rain Forest

Grandson and Rhinoceros: LadyD Books
Photo for Color Collection
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